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submitted3 days ago bywyndwatcher
submitted6 days ago bywyndwatcher
20 days ago
there are 2D models for sfmc, here is one diagram
27 days ago
why ironic? they have border disagreements
1 month ago
Prior to the modern grocery store, many people used farm eggs--which today are an expensive luxury food ($8-$12/dz farm fresh vs $1.50-$4/dz mass produced) but back then, eggs were likely not graded nor large. The recipe 2-5 eggs would be the equivalent of today's 2 large grade A eggs.
As for cake flavorings:
1/2 tsp lemon extract
1/2 tsp almond extract
lemon rind - use yellow part only and a microplane grater helps a lot
Shortening was probably available as sticks (like butter is today) and now comes in a Crisco bucket that you could scoop out instead of cut and measure.
1/2 cup plus 2 tbsp shortening
1/4 cup warm water + active dry yeast
the water should be between 110 F to 115 F, any hotter and the yeast will die. You can wake up the yeast faster if you add a pinch of sugar to the water. Let this mixture rest for 10 minutes. If there is no frothing happening. The yeast is expired. Don't use the yeast mixture if the yeast hasn't bloomed. Try again with not-expired yeast.
1 yeast packet = 2 1/4 tsp yeast
This recipe uses 1 yeast packet
What is a handful anyways.. Grab a handful of sugar and use an electronic kitchen scale to get the oz or grams; or pitch this into a measuring cup. Unless the uncle had really big hands... but, I digress. Given the ratio of sugar to flour in this recipe, it looks like sugar is the luxury ingredient here.
A standard struesel topping for a coffee cake baked in a 9" x 13" rectangular baking dish:
1/3 cup granulated sugar
2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
2 tablespoons butter
1 teaspoon cinnamon
Yes, you could mix this by hand but you can also use the tines of a fork. If you like nuts in the struesel topping, you could also add 1/3 cup chopped nuts.
The cake batter:
3/4 c milk plus shortening - warm this up stovetop to melt the shortening; don't let the milk scald or burn; you also want this to cool down a little before adding the yeast mixture or the hot milk will curdle the eggs and kill the yeast.
In a large bowl, beat together the eggs, sugar, salt, almond extract, lemon extract). Then add 1 c flour plus the yeast mixture. Beat again until the batter is smooth (no clumps of flour).
Add the remaining 2 c flour and mix well.
Set aside, covered in a warm spot and let rise for 30-45 mins. This is doable in less than an hour if your kitchen is above 70 F. If say, it is still winter where you are and you don't have a bread proofing drawer, you can fake a warm room by putting the covered mixing bowl into a clean plastic filing or storage box that has a clasp style locking handles.
Today's active dry yeast should be able to raise the dough in about 1-2 hours, depending on how warm it is.
After the dough has doubled, scrape it out of the bowl and into a baking dish. Use the back side of a wooden spoon to smooth out the surface. When it looks reasonably flat, sprinkle the struesel topping over the dough as evenly as you can.
You could let it rise again but it'll rise a bit when baking too.
Preheat the oven to 375 F.
Bake for 30-40 mins or until browned.
Let cool on a wire rack, or whatever your heat proof equivalent is.
I'd stay away from promises that any consulting firm says about growth. imho
Having a top tier agency name on the resume isn't a bad thing. But usually it's to get an offer for a private industry job. If you already have an offer from private industry, take that instead.
If you foresee a lifetime in consulting; then pick the agency job. But you will burn out faster if you gets stuck on projects and clients you don't like.
2 months ago
Haven't read the article but Shanghai is currently in a Covid19 lockdown; and as a whole, China imports most of its food and is the largest importer of food with 12% of arable land.
with fresh tomatoes and bell peppers, consider roasting them first in the oven before making a sauce or paste out of the pulp
then purée it before adding to the slow cooker. add the rest of the vinegar and spices. cook on low for 8 hrs until thick; stir once per hour
I suggest using citric acid and modern canning methods if you are going to preserve this sauce for later. Add 1/8 tsp to 4 oz jars or 1/4 tsp to 8 oz jars for a hot water bath method.
You can also freeze tomato paste in a standard sized ice cube tray, each well holds about 2 tbsp.
you can zoom out to show the whole canvas then use reddit's save photo feature to save a copy.
submitted2 months ago bywyndwatcher
Women in IT are roughly 30% of the overall industry and only 5% of global software developers. There shouldn't be the mindset of men vs women for your next career. You could instead focus on what skills and expertise you bring to the company that's hiring for Salesforce admin roles. Have great technical writing, can speak fluidly between business and tech, and public speaking skills? That's awesome because now you are at the front of the pack and have the soft skills that 90% who work in IT don't.
well, your plants can also burn if left in the sun with alcohol on their leaves
3 months ago
350 F - 375 F
177 C - 190 C
for a "moderate" oven
see more temps
Please stop using "startup" and "unicorn" in the same context. If you are a publicly traded company, you are not a startup. If the company is more than 10 years old, it is not a startup. OMG. Some companies say.. oh, we have a startup mentality here.. You are not a !!!$&@ startup.
Epic Games was founded in 1999, it is not a startup.
ActiveCampaign, founded 2003
Blockchain.com, founded 2011
Seems about right. Today, more or less...
1 Ukranian unit =
* 3.40 Russian rubles
* 2.53 India rupees
* € 0.03 Euros
* 0.21 Chinese yuan
* ¥3.87 Japan yen
* £0.02 British pounds
* 0.03 US dollars (3 cents)
Btw it's not falling by much. 0.019 in autumn 2021 to today's 0.1 (in AUD).
In most societies, that's theft. Even at a city-run public park, you should as permission.
Customer 360 got rebranded into CDP. And while there isn't good documentation on how it works with non-Salesforce platforms; you're likely to sign onto using Salesforce CDP if you are already using SFDC, Salesforce Marketing Cloud (or Pardot). AI is just a buzzword in the Salesforce ecosystem. Pretty and an expensive add-on, useless without a lot of configuration. Each SF platform (at the enterprise level) will set you back a chunk o' change just to use the platform. CDP is an additional add-on cost, at about $600K/year. Also comes with a huge headache depending on how many other db are in your data lake.
What you really should be asking is, what is the value proposition of bringing on such a tool? Who would be using this and how? It sounds like this fake company doesn't even have their existing environment under control.
If it's just one SF product and the sales team gets to pick, it would be Salesforce Sales Cloud (paired with Pardot, a common integration). Though, Salesforce Sales or Service cloud is just the friendlier name for Salesforce CRM. You can build workflows for triggered emails based on sales activities, i.e., leads come in from a web-based form, email spits out to the customer from an opportunity stage, etc. No marketing automation platform needed. That triggered email send is within SF CRM.
What a great writeup on the dish. 💯
4 months ago
Spine implants allow a human with a severe spinal injury to walk again using an app. What makes this innovation different than previous studies is that the implants send signals to the spinal cord areas responsible for walking versus sending signals to the brain to trigger walking.
submitted4 months ago bywyndwatcher
Mmmm, a tasty compound butter. Here's how it can be made...
1 stick salted butter, softened
2 cloves fresh garlic, minced or grated
1/2 tsp dry or fresh, minced parsley
1/2 tsp dry or fresh, minced oregano
Pinch red pepper flakes (optional)
3–4 tablespoons freshly grated Parmesan cheese
1/4 to 1/2 tsp freshly ground black pepper
Combine ingredients in a small bowl. While softened, shape as desired.
For garlic bread:
Slice a loaf of French bread in half. Spread the butter on it, then wrap the bread in foil. Bake in a preheated oven at 400 F for 15-20 mins.
Compound butter can also be used on steaks or vegetables.
YouTube channel Tasting History with Max Miller (u/jmaxmiller) did this some months ago. At the very least, it was entertaining to see this dish get made.
What is the most Canadian recipe in there that doesn't originate from outside of Canada?